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  1. BSc in Mechanical and Energy Engineering

    Students take 54 ECTS credits in fundamental courses that are the same for all 3.5 year BSc engineering programmes. They take 120 ECTS credits in courses that are specific to their chosen discipline; of these, mechanical and energy engineering students are encouraged to take 24 ECTS credits in courses that comprise a "specialisation package" in mechanical design or energy processes. Students conclude their studies with a final project of 24 ECTS credits, most often in collaboration with a firm in the relevant industry. There is an emphasis on practical, hands-on engineering skills and on preparing students for a career in industry.The students are provided with knowledge and skills in selected areas of mechanical design, energy technology and management. Emphasis is placed on practical, hands-on engineering skills and on projects that expose the students to real world problems. Emphasis is placed on producing graduates with the practical knowledge and competence that enable them to make an immediate contribution and pursue careers in the industry upon graduation.The aim of the programme is to educate capable mechanical engineers for careers in industry, with a well-defined and strong set of skills as is internationally expected of mechanical engineers. Upon completion of the BSc programme, the following criteria shall be fulfilled. KNOWLEDGE Basic principles of multivariable calculus, including differentiation, integration and differential equations. Laplace and Fourier transform, complex exponentials and ...

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    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  2. Diploma in Electrical Technology

    The programme leading to a Diploma in Electrical Technology is 90 ECTS credits, taught through distance learning. The requirements for the Diploma in Electrical Technology reflect the requirements for the professional title of Certified Technician (Icelandic: iðnfræðingur), as accredited by the Icelandic Ministry of Industries. The programme is practically orientated, rooted in the electrical and electronics industry. Emphasis is placed on practical project work and the application of computer design tools. Most of the teachers have extensive industrial experience. In the final semester, students complete a final project of 12 ECTS dealing with technical solutions in development, design and planning, wherein they demonstrate the knowledge and professional competence they have gained. The main objective of the programme is to qualify students for jobs as intermediate professionals, filling the gap between certified tradesmen and higher level technical staff. Upon completion of the programme, the following criteria shall be fulfilled. KNOWLEDGE Upon completion of the programme, the student should have gained general knowledge and understanding of basic principles of the following: Electric circuits, electronics, digital technology, electrical machinery, power distribution systems, programmable controllers and control systems, and the design of lighting and electrical installations. Computer-aided drawing and design, including the methods and tools most commonly used i.e. AutoCad. The general structure o ...

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    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  3. Diploma in Mechanical Technology

    The programme leading to a Diploma in Mechanical Technology is 90 ECTS credits, taught through distance learning. The requirements for the Diploma in Mechanical Technology reflect the requirements for the professional title of Certified Technician (Icelandic: iðnfræðingur), as accredited by the Icelandic Ministry of Industries. The programme is practically orientated, rooted in the machine, metal and energy industry. Emphasis is placed on practical project work and the application of computer design tools. Most of the teachers have extensive industrial experience. In the final semester, students complete a final project of 12 ECTS dealing with technical solutions in development, design and planning, wherein they demonstrate the knowledge and professional competence they have gained. The main objective of the programme is to qualify students for jobs as intermediate professionals, filling the gap between certified tradesmen and higher level technical staff. Upon completion of the programme, the following criteria shall be fulfilled. KNOWLEDGE Upon completion of the programme, the student should have gained general knowledge and understanding of basic principles of the following: Mechanics, materials science, thermodynamics, hydraulics, machine elements and design, digital technology and programmable controllers. Computer-aided drawing and design, including the methods and tools most commonly used i.e. AutoCad, and Inventor or SolidWorks. Project management, including the methods and software most comm ...

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    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  4. BSC in Financial Engineering

    The programme leading to a BSc degree in Financial Engineering is 180 ECTS credits. Students take 84 ECTS credits in fundamental courses that are the same for all three-year BSc engineering programmes, 66 ECTS credits in courses that are specific to their chosen discipline (Financial Engineering) and 30 ECTS credits in elective courses. The main aim of the programme is to prepare students for studies in engineering at the MSc level. The programme in financial engineering draws on natural sciences, engineering and social sciences to create a knowledge-base that equips students to deal with a range of problems and challenges characterised by increasing interdisciplinary, international and cross-cultural activities. The student must combine knowledge with a deep understanding of the core discipline of financial engineering. The knowledge imparted to the student is transferable across many types of projects, organisations and environments. Upon the completion of the BSc programme, the following criteria shall be fulfilled: KNOWLEDGE Upon completion of the BSc programme the student should possess knowledge and understanding of the following: Mathematical analysis common to most engineering disciplines, multivariable calculus, including differentiation and integrals, and differential equations. Principles of linear algebra, vectors, matrices, determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, and of solving systems of linear equations. Complex numbers and exponentials, Laplace and Fourier transforms. Numerical m ...

    Provider NameHR

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  5. BSc in Biomedical Engineering

    The programme leading to a BSc degree in Biomedical Engineering is 180 ECTS credits. Students take 84 ECTS credits in fundamental courses that are the same for all three-year BSc engineering programmes, 72 ECTS credits in courses that are specific to their chosen discipline (Biomedical Engineering) and 24 ECTS credits in elective courses. The main aim of the programme is to prepare students for studies in engineering at the MSc level. The programme in biomedical engineering draws on natural science, engineering, biology and medicine to create a knowledge-base that equips students to deal with a range of problems and challenges in biomedicine, characterised by increasing interdisciplinary and international activities. The student must be able to combine broad knowledge with a deep understanding of the core discipline of biomedical engineering. Upon the completion of the BSc programme, the following criteria shall be fulfilled: KNOWLEDGE Upon completion of the BSc programme the student should possess knowledge and understanding of the following: Mathematical analysis common to most engineering disciplines, multivariable calculus, including differentiation and integrals, and differential equations. Principles of linear algebra, vectors, matrices, determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, and of solving systems of linear equations. Complex numbers and exponentials, Laplace and Fourier transforms. Numerical methods to solve problems in calculus, differential equations and linear algebra. Basic probabil ...

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    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  6. BSc in Mechatronics Engineering

    The programme leading to a BSc degree in Mechatronics Engineering is 180 ECTS credits. Students take 84 ECTS credits in fundamental courses that are the same for all three-year BSc engineering programmes, 66 ECTS credits in courses that are specific to their chosen discipline (Mechatronics Engineering) and 30 ECTS credits in elective courses. The main aim of the programme is to prepare students for studies in engineering at the MSc level. Mechatronics is a multidiciplinary field that combines knowledge and skills from mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and computer science. The main focus is on the design and implementation of engineering cybernetic equipment such as robots, production systems and consumer electronics. The programme in mechatronics engineering equips students to deal with the range of problems and challenges within the field. The programme is based on a rigorous foundation in mathematical and scientific practices that lead to training in engineering design processes and traditions. Upon completion of the BSc programme, the following criteria shall be fulfilled: KNOWLEDGE Upon completion of the BSc programme the student should possess knowledge and understanding of the following: Mathematical analysis common to most engineering disciplines, multivariable calculus, including differentiation and integrals, and differential equations. Principles of linear algebra, vectors, matrices, determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, and of solving systems of linear equations. Compl ...

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    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  7. BSc in Engineering Management

    The programme leading to a BSc degree in Engineering Management is 180 ECTS credits. Students take 84 ECTS credits in fundamental courses that are the same for all three-year BSc engineering programmes, 66 ECTS credits in courses that are specific to their chosen discipline (Engineering Management) and 30 ECTS credits in elective courses. The main aim of the programme is to prepare students for studies in engineering at the MSc level. The programme in engineering management draws on natural science, engineering and social sciences to create a knowledge-base that equips students to deal with a range of problems and challenges characterised by increasing interdisciplinary, international and cross-cultural activities. The students must be able to combine knowledge with a deep understanding of the core discipline of engineering management. The knowledge imparted to the students is transferable across many types of projects, organizations and environment. Upon completion of the BSc programme, the following criteria shall be fulfilled: KNOWLEDGE Upon completion of the BSc programme, the student should possess knowledge and understanding of the following: Mathematical analysis common to most engineering disciplines, multivariable calculus, including differentiation and integrals, and differential equations. Principles of linear algebra, vectors, matrices, determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, and of solving systems of linear equations. Complex numbers and exponentials, Laplace and Fourier transforms. ...

    Provider NameHR

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  8. BSc in Industrial Engineering with specialization in industrial marketing.

    A traditional BSc study programme in Industrial Engineering of 3,5 years (seven semesters). The total credits are 210 ECTS (105 credits). Students have the possibility of a specialization industrial marketing, automation and food processing. In addition, students can graduate with an elective course of 6 ECTS (3 credits) from another discipline. Students conclude their studies with a 24 ECTS (12 credits) final project. ...

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    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  9. BSc in Industrial Engineering.

    Students take 54 ECTS credits in fundamental courses that are the same for all 3.5 year BSc programmes in engineering. They take 120 ECTS credits in courses that are specific to their chosen discipline within engineering (Industrial Engineering); of these, industrial engineering students are encouraged to take 24 ECTS credits in courses that comprise a "specialisation package" in automation or industrial marketing. Other elective courses are worth 12 ECTS credits. Students' final projects, worth 24 ECTS credits, focus on product development, in collaboration with a firm in the relevant industry. There is an emphasis on practical, hands-on engineering skills and on preparing students for a career in industry after graduation. ...

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    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland
  10. BSc in Civil Engineering with specialisation in Structural Design

    The programme covers the basic theory of mathematics, physics, computer science, statics, dynamics, continuum mechanics, soil mechanics, hydraulics and materials science. The students are provided with knowledge and skills in selected areas of structural design, installation systems, construction and management, based on their knowledge and understanding of the basic theories of the above listed subjects. To allow students to specialize to a certain extent in the various fields of civil engineering, students have the option of choosing 18 ECTS in elective courses in addition to a final project in the 7th semester (24 ECTS). At the end of the programme, students specialising in structural design should be capable of designing traditional structures in timber, steel and reinforced concrete. Students specialising in installation systems should be capable of designing traditional systems in water supply, wastewater, heating and ventilation. Students specialising in construction should be capable of planning traditional construction projects and manage supervision and inspection on a building site. The programme combines traditional theory in civil and construction engineering with good practice in design and project management applied to technically demanding problems.Emphasis is placed on producing undergraduates with the practical knowledge and competence that enable them to make an immediate contribution and pursue careers in the industry upon graduation. Upon completion of the BSc programme, the follo ...

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    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Iceland

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